November… A Music Lovers Paradise Too

Laura Kebby -

Music

Firstly, where the flip did September go let alone October?  With that in mind, this can only mean one thing, and that one thing is the Supercars are finally getting closer and closer to tearing up our streets and bringing with it a whole host of car loving humans. Even if cars aren’t your thing, there is still so much happening in November especially for the music fans among us, and here are some top highlights that might keep you from fleeing the city.

The Cambridge Hotel is obviously one of the first points of call for any live music fan. Especially with the likes of Ecca Vandal, Bernard Fanning, Custard, RAAVE TAPES, Introvert, Tonight Alive, Miss May I, British India, Thirsty Merc, and Kingswood breezing through town for your entertainment – what more could you want?

Speaking of great music, Paul Kelly, the man the myth the legend, will be playing Newcastle Entertainment centre on Wednesday the 15th of November which of course is one of those gigs you just can’t miss. Right?

Spring and summer are all about festivals. It’s one of the reasons why it’s so great to live in Australia. You can drink outdoors in the sunshine whilst a whole string of great local artists do what they do best. Lighthouse Folk Festival is one such event featuring the liked of; Mark Seymour & the Undertow, Busby Marou, Fraser A. Gorman and All Our Exes Live In Texas you’ll want to be atop that lighthouse hill when the party goes down.

For the actual weekend of the event, entertainment that’s just as loud but maybe in a good way, is also a plenty. 48 Watt Street are hosting Shihad and have also organised a ticketed event for the race itself with great food and beer a plenty. Of course, Delta Goodrem, The Veronicas, Cold Chisel and Spiderbait are also going to have their hand in making sure that November goes out with a bang!

It wouldn’t be a comprehensive list without mentioning the Hunter Valley of course! Soak up some sun/get the eff out of town on the 25th of November to catch the Cat Empire and Xavier Rudd help ease you into those long summer days.

So there you have it. Your November wrap up of things that don’t have engines. What a time to be alive hey!

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